What is the Tokyo 2020 Olympics schedule?

TOKYO 2020 Olympics officially starts on July 23, 2021 – a year later than expected.

The Games, which were postponed in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, have finally kicked off with a few events beginning before the Opening Ceremony on Friday, July 23.

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Japan’s National Stadium is hosting the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games[/caption]

What is the Tokyo 2020 Olympics schedule?

Finally the Olympic Games 2020 has begun – with Team GB’s women’s football team the first to compete.

Britain has high hopes of gold, silver and bronze in Japan – with events getting underway from Wednesday, July 21.

Here’s the schedule for 2021. All times are BST.

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Baseball/softball

  • 1am – Australia v Japan
  • 4am – Italy v USA
  • 7am – Mexico v Canada

Women’s Football

  • 8.30am – Team GB v Chile
  • 9am – China v Brazil
  • 9.30am – Sweden v USA
  • 11.30am – Japan v Canada
  • 12pm – Zambia v Netherlands
  • 12.30pm – Australia v New Zealand

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Baseball/softball

  • 1am – USA v Canada
  • 4am – Mexico v Japan
  • 7am – Italy v Australia

Men’s Football

  • 8.30am – Egypt v Spain
  • 9am – New Zealand v Republic of Korea
  • 9.30am – Mexico v France
  • 10am – Côte d’Ivoire v Saudi Arabia
  • 11.30am – Argentina v Australia
  • 12pm – Honduras v Romania
  • 12pm – Japan v South Africa
  • 12.30pm – Brazil v Germany

Shooting

  • 1am – 10m Air Pistol Men’s Official Training
  • 2.30am – 10m Air Pistol Women’s Official Training
  • 4.20am – 10m Air Rifle Women’s Official Training
  • 5.50am – 10m Air Rifle Men’s Official Training

Friday, July 23, 2021

Opening Ceremony

  • From 11.20am – Opening Ceremony

Archery

  • From 1am – Women’s Individual Ranking Round
  • From 5am – Men’s Individual Ranking Round

Equestrian

  • 1.30am – Dressage 1st Horse Inspection

Rowing

  • From 12.30am – Men’s Single Sculls Heats
  • From 1.30am – Women’s Single Sculls Heats
  • From 2.30am – Men’s Double Sculls Heats
  • From 3am – Women’s Double Sculls Heats
  • From 3.30am – Men’s Quadruple Sculls Heats
  • From 3.50am – Women’s Quadruple Sculls Heats

Shooting

  • 12.30am – 10m Air Rifle Women’s Pre-Event Training
  • 2am – 10m Air Pistol Men’s Pre-Event Training
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Team GB’s women’s rowing pair Helen Glover and Polly Swann enjoy a training session ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games[/caption]

 

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